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  • Identity and Maginality among New Australians. Religion and Ethnicity in Victoria's Slavic Baptist Community.
    Zander, Viktor (2004)
    New York: Walter de Gruyter, [Revised Ph.D.. thesis, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia]

    Associated Search Terms: Marginality; Ethnic; Slavic Australians; Baptist, Australia; Identity; Assimilation; Australia, Victoria
  • Christian-Muslim Intermarriage in Australia. Identity, Social Cohesion and Cultural Fragmentation.
    Ata, Abe Wade (2003)
    Melbourne, Australia: David Lovell Publishing.

    Based on 106 interviews in Victoria.

    Associated Search Terms: Australia, Victoria; Marriage; Islam, Australia
  • Is Religion Still Relevant in the Private Sphere? The State of Organized Religion in an Australian Rural Community.
    Dempsey, Kenneth C. (1989)
    Sociological Analysis 50:3: 247-263.

    Interpretation of participant observation & interview data collected over 13 years.

    Associated Search Terms: Privatization; Community study; Australia, Victoria
  • Styles of Ministry: Some Aspects of the Relationship between "the Church" and "the World."
    Blaikie, Norman W.H. (1983)
    In Alan Black and Peter Glasner (eds.), Practice and Belief. Studies in the Sociology of Australian Religion. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 43-61.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from mainline protestant clergy in Victoria State. \

    Associated Search Terms: Anglican, Australia; Australia, Victoria; Methodist, Australia; Baptist, Australia; Church of Christ, Australia; Congregational, Australia; Clergy role
  • The Relative Importance of Parents and Peers for Adolescent Religious Orientation: An Australian Study.
    DeVaus, David A. (1983)
    Adolescence 18/69: 147-158.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from 16-18 year olds in 12 schools in Victoria State, Australia; shows parents more influential than peers in religious matters.

    Associated Search Terms: Peers; Australia, Victoria; Students, secondary; Family
  • The Impact of Geographical Mobility on Adolescent Religious Orientation: An Australian Study.
    DeVaus, David A. (1982)
    Review of Religious Research 23:4: 391-403. Comment by David A. Roozen 23:4: 403-405.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from 2 times, 14 months apart, from 16-18 year old students; shows those who had moved 10 miles or more to have changed religiously in various ways.

    Associated Search Terms: Mobility (geographical); Adolescents; Students, secondary; Australia, Victoria
  • Altruism in the Professions: The Case of the Clergy.
    Blaikie, Norman W.H. (1974)
    Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 10: 84-89.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from mainline Protestant clergy in Victoria State.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy role; Baptist, Australia; Congregational, Australia; Church of Christ, Australia; Methodist, Australia; Anglican, Australia; Australia, Victoria; Altruism
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